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cultureofresistance:

Police rides down protesters in Malmö, Sweden (Graphic content!)

#acab

rationalistarchitecture:

Fernand Pouillon
Climat de France, Algiers, Algeria, late 1950’s

rationalistarchitecture:

Fernand Pouillon

Climat de France, Algiers, Algeria, late 1950’s

effettobeaubourg:

Horace Gifford, The Evans/DePass Residence, 1965
From the book: Fire Island Modernist: Horace Gifford and the Architecture of Seduction

effettobeaubourg:

Horace Gifford, The Evans/DePass Residence, 1965

From the book: Fire Island Modernist: Horace Gifford and the Architecture of Seduction

sniffaniie:

Kazuo Umezu

sniffaniie:

Kazuo Umezu

sniffaniie:

Kazuo Umezu

sniffaniie:

Kazuo Umezu

pogosticks:

[GWR&MU] My Name is Shingo by Kazuo Umezu

pogosticks:

[GWR&MU] My Name is Shingo by Kazuo Umezu

neueregel:

Alex Hartley

neopetcemetery:

Falkirk Wheel - Falkirk Scotland

The Falkirk Wheel takes about as much energy as it would to boil about 8 kettles of water

neopetcemetery:

Falkirk Wheel - Falkirk Scotland

The Falkirk Wheel takes about as much energy as it would to boil about 8 kettles of water

icancauseaconstellation:

"Le petite curieux"
Detalle del tímpano del Juicio Final, Abadia de Sainte-Foy de Conques, Francia

icancauseaconstellation:

"Le petite curieux"

Detalle del tímpano del Juicio Final, Abadia de Sainte-Foy de Conques, Francia

fathom-the-universe:

The physics of musicThese patterns are made with nothing but sound. They are called Chladni patterns, after the German physicist Ernst Chladni (1756–1827) who used his violin bow to vibrate a metal plate with sand on it. A pattern appears in the sand when a surface is made to vibrate at certain resonances. A plate or membrane vibrating at resonance is divided into regions vibrating in opposite directions, bounded by lines of zero vibration called nodal lines. The sand is moved around the plate and collects at the nodes on the plate. The patterns that form are highly symmetrical and beautiful.Fathom the Universe

fathom-the-universe:

The physics of music

These patterns are made with nothing but sound. They are called Chladni patterns, after the German physicist Ernst Chladni (1756–1827) who used his violin bow to vibrate a metal plate with sand on it. A pattern appears in the sand when a surface is made to vibrate at certain resonances. A plate or membrane vibrating at resonance is divided into regions vibrating in opposite directions, bounded by lines of zero vibration called nodal lines. The sand is moved around the plate and collects at the nodes on the plate. The patterns that form are highly symmetrical and beautiful.


Fathom the Universe

notationnotes:

Chladni plates :: Ricky Van Broekhoen
Visualization of frequency patterns 

notationnotes:

Chladni plates :: Ricky Van Broekhoen

Visualization of frequency patterns